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The Admiral's quarters

When he wasn't exploring the far reaches of the world, Richard Byrd called Beacon Hill's 9 Brimmer St. home

By Paul Sullivan
Globe Correspondent / February 18, 2007

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Admiral Richard E. Byrd's description of himself as "that haphazard man, who came and went at 9 Brimmer Street" captures the insouciance of a fearless explorer who routinely plumbed the most frozen, forsaken parts of the world. (Full article: 1173 words)

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